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Creating a Wedding Photography Website That Sells: Your “About” Page

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In this video in my series on creating a website that sells [2], I discuss creating an “About” page that will attract brides to your wedding photography business.

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#1 Comment By Karrie On February 4, 2011 @ 1:12 am

Hi Natalie. Find your posts useful but thought as you recommend interaction I'd give you a useful tip too as we are videographers as well as photographers: Don't film so close as the bottom bar cuts off your chin, which is a filming no-no. If it's an audio issue that's making you get too close then use a mic. Also hands are more expressive than just a distracting facial close-up where your viewers are staring into your mouth at times!

Hope you aren't offended by this but look at your bio pic to the left of your video and notice how much more attractive you look with a head and shoulders composition.

Keep up the good work.

#2 Comment By bycostello On February 5, 2011 @ 11:26 am

good tips... off to find the rest of your blog posts now.. 🙂

#3 Comment By Jagdish Patel On February 8, 2011 @ 8:08 am

Hi Natalie,
The series of films have been really useful - will you also be go on to talk about social media and networking ?

#4 Comment By Natalie Bradley On February 8, 2011 @ 5:53 pm

Thanks for the tip on videoing - I always welcome feedback ... and yes I will be covering social media & networking super soon! 🙂

#5 Comment By Samantha On October 6, 2011 @ 1:05 pm

@Natalie: who gives a sh*t about where her face gets cut off on her camera? Are you that tacky and nit picky that THAT is the first comment you made about this helpful video? Keep the crap to yourself. Idiot.